More stupidity from the hacks at CNBC. Todd Haselton is the latest:
The more I talk to people about their phones, the more I learn that most seem to be pretty happy with the model they own. And analysts say folks are holding on to iPhones for three or four years, longer than ever.
Move along. Nothing to see here.
Most smartphones released in the past few years have cameras that are good enough and solid battery life and can still perform the necessary functions of a more expensive phone, like surf the web, stream movies and music and provide access to the latest apps. Most of the time, you don’t really need a new phone.
Apple helps out by giving the latest iOS version to older iPhones, too, which makes last year’s (and the year before and the year before…) iPhones run better than when they were new.